Universal Photo ID

PSTA Photo ID Cards are Free and can be obtained at any of our Customer Service Centers!

PSTA's Universal Photo ID card can also be used on HART buses. The cards feature a large block letter in the upper right-hand corner that specifies different designations for discount fares.


Universal Photo ID Types.
Universal Photo ID Types Requirements or Alternate Forms of ID
M stands for Medicare Participants
M stands for Medicare Participants

Senior Citizens 65 years of age or older can also show, as proof, their original (red, white, and blue) Medicare card.

Y stands for Youth
Y stands for Youth

Youth can also show, as proof, their Student School ID or government-issued Photo ID proving that they are age 18 or younger.

A stands for Adult Students
A stands for Adult Students

To obtain a PSTA-Issued Adult Student Photo ID, present proof of current enrollment in the Pinellas Technical Education Center (PTEC) or a Pinellas County college/university, at a PSTA Customer Service Center.

The Bus Operator will not accept any alternate ID types to purchase Reduced Cash Fares.

S stands for Seniors/Disabled
S stands for Seniors/Disabled

Senior Citizens 65 years of age or older can also show, as proof, their original (red, white, and blue) Medicare card, or government-issued Photo ID proving that they are age 65 or older.

Disabled riders with a qualifying disability (verified via application) can show the PSTA-issued Special Citizen Photo ID.
Click here for an application.

Universal Photo ID

Quick Links

Disabled Special Citizen Program Application Disabled Special Citizen
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